Anti-Racism Challenge

Today’s Anti-Racism Challenge

We encourage you to to work through these resources today.  Take time each day to engage in the resources; take notes, write down how they make you feel, and reflect on what next steps you are compelled to do. Finish by praying for the topic listed below.

  1. Neil Degrasse Tyson on being Black, and Women in Science
  2. Donate to anti-white supremacy work such as your local Black Lives Matter Chapter, the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls, the NAACPSouthern Poverty Law CenterUnited Negro College FundBlack Youth Project 100Color of ChangeThe Sentencing ProjectFamilies against Mandatory MinimumsA New Way of LifeEqual Justice Initiative, and Dream Defenders. Join some of these list-serves and take action as their emails dictate.
  3. Pray for justice in our criminal justice system – A 1992 study by the Federal Firearms and Drug Trafficking Charges found that the average sentence for Blacks was 49 times longer than for the Whites convicted of the same crimes.